Tag: Russia

Damon de Laszlo

October 2013

The light at the end of this particular tunnel is the hope that our political classes will get the message that less legislation, less pandering to vested interests and more concentration on balanced budgets might be politically popular. Always looking...

/ October 14, 2013
Damon de Laszlo

May 2013

The UK Government continues to muddy the waters of recovery. The lack of political leadership along with incoherent economic and infrastructure policies is not helpful. Political attacks on business do not encourage investment, political polarisation and slanging matches over Europe...

/ May 15, 2013
Damon de Laszlo

December 2012

The atmosphere of economic gloom that surrounds western economists and journalists is beginning to feel like a comfort blanket. Those who have to take decisions today about future investment, particularly investments that may take a year or more to mature,...

/ December 7, 2012
Damon de Laszlo

November 2012

Next year should prove to be one of considerable growth in the Pacific and the US. It is only hoped that Europe will hold together politically for long enough to benefit. The greatest worry is that the huge percentage of...

/ November 7, 2012